Monthly Archives: October 2013

Gratitude – Post 21 – Counting

I am grateful for counting. I count stairs when I’m climbing, steps when I’m walking, telephone poles when I’m running, calories burned when I’m tread-milling. It’s compulsive, I fear, and as hard as I try, it’s an unbreakable habit it … Continue reading

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Gratitude – Post 20 – Books

I am grateful for books. I like to think I’m technologically connected. I have a cell phone and I’m somewhat computer savvy. My children have iPods, iPhones, Blackberries, MAC computers, and they expose me to the wizardry of said devices … Continue reading

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Gratitude – Post 19 – My Mother

I am grateful for mothers, for my mother. I am at her bedside now, flew across the country from Nova Scotia to British Columbia to be with her, to say good-bye as she sheds the burden of Alzheimer’s and is … Continue reading

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Gratitude – Post 18 – My Grandmother’s Butterscotch Pie

I am grateful for recipes, the kind that are handed down from one generation to the next and to name my favourite of all those recipes would be a challenge because there are a few that are in the Recipe … Continue reading

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